I could see before, but became blind a few years ago. When I could see, I was a very basic user of pc and iOS devices. My most advanced knowledge of keyboard shortcuts was ⌘ + C and ⌘ +V.
After some time of adaptation to this new life style I started to learn how to use iPhone, basically to be able contact people and listen to music.
Times goes and I try to find most Efficient way to use my devices. Of course after you could see, using a phone with screen reader are 100 times slower than quickly use a mouse and quickly press the button you see on your screen.
I became interested in apps to find more powerful solutions than stock apps had to offer. Afterward started exploring that area and accidentally discovered macstories. Not so long after Mac power users was added to my library.
Now I’m happy user of powerful apps like Keyboard Maestro, Alfred, karabiner, drafts and many others.
So I created a blog where I will write about using Apple products from both perspective as blind and previously sighted user. Also about the transition from beginner to “power” user.
Thanks to Mac power users community
You can find my writing here and latest post is If You Could Choose One iOS app to run on your Mac which I thought might be of interest to mac users.
P.S if you have suggestion of how to make site better from visual perspective, you are welcome to give feedback. My friends have already requested dark mode.